Via Marchizului – Negru de Drăgășani
A wine tribute to the Marquis Antinori, is the manifesto of the boldness and skill of the oenologist. Negru de Drăgășani in Dealu Mare gives birth to an elegant wine, with multiple facets to be revealed, from the notes of black fruits and figs to the long aftertaste, with echoes of dark chocolate and vanilla.
65,00 lei – 1.000,00 lei
Negru de Drăgășani
Dealu Mare DOC – CMD
|Great Gold Medal||Vinarium International Contest|
The spirit of the wine
This is a wine-tribute to the Marquis Piero Antinori, so every year there is the challenge of creating a wine worthy of the owner’s appreciation.
Via Marchizului means sustainability and is a sign of quality, and the bottles bearing this label are created in limited quantities, for those who want to appreciate the meticulousness that leads to perfection.
If you want a wine of a local variety, intense, which combines the taste of fruit with notes of vanilla, coming from ripening in barrels.
If you like to try new experiences, take the less beaten paths and discover treasures to share with others.
Negru de Drăgășani from Dealu Mare gives rise to ruby wines, with purplish hues. The wine is distinguished by aromas of figs, bitter chocolate and vanilla. The oenologist’s vision is to create a round wine with pronounced but elegant tannins and a long aftertaste that attests to the quality of the wine.
For hedonists, we recommend serving it with stuffed wild boar muscles or with smoked wild boar sausages, cooked in the oven in wine sauce. The wine for the sauce should also be Negru de Drăgășani. It can also be enjoyed with lasagna with bolognese sauce, hard, matured cheeses, bellows cheese, pecorino, gorgonzola, or cold Roma snacks.nesti (smoked ham, sausages, drum, lebar, dried raw pork muscle).
Vegetarians can enjoy this wine with Ratatouille tart or eggplant meatballs with red sauce. We also recommend it with baked cauliflower or black lentil dishes.
Via Marchizului – Negru de Drăgășani . He would rejoice at any time near Brâncuși’s works, right at his home in Târgu Jiu. More precisely, in the sculptural ensemble Constantin Brâncuși from Târgu Jiu, also known as the monumental ensemble “Calea Eroilor” from Târgu Jiu, is a tribute to the heroes who fell during the First World War, designed and built by Constantin Brâncuși. The four sculptural components – the Table of Silence, the Alley of Chairs, the Kissing Gate and the Endless Column – are arranged on the same axis, oriented from west to east, with a length of 1275 m.